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The driver of this Nissan Sentra claims he stopped and looked both ways before proceeding from Elswick Road onto O'Connell Drive and striking an oncoming Dodge Nitro.
A group of smiling faces make their way through the foam at the start line for the 2018 5 KM Foam Fest held Saturday at the base of Marble Mountain ski resort in Steady Brook. Thousands of people were willing to get filthy clean, working their way through a course that featured 22 inflatable obstacles.
Gerard and Cora Aucoin on their farm in Kippens, near Orchard Lane.
Marcella Williams of Flat Bay demonstrated fancy shawl dancing during a National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook on Thursday.
A clamp truck is seen bringing out more newsprint from high up on the bridge of the MV Scheldegracht v 1805, which is currently docked at Corner Brook Pulp and Paper to load paper for the Indian market.
A group of mostly students represented by the Grenfell Campus Student Union protest outside Corner Brook courthouse the conditional sentence Robert Hicks received for assaulting a woman. Organizer Shelby Thomas, left, used a bullhorn to call out a chant and Jemma Redding held up a sign asking, “What about her liberty?”
Members of the Stephenville Fire Department are seen fighting an industrial fire outside a hangar under renovations in Stephenville.
One-year-old Jaxson Mayzik was in awe when his aunt Aimee House put him up next to the Stanley Cup at Corner Brook City Hall on Saturday morning during the opening ceremony for Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada.
Angus and Shirley Janes, who are among the residents being urged to vacate their houses along the Humber River, pose at the back door of their home on Pine Tree Drive in Deer Lake.
A worker with Black Star, a contractor hired by the City of Corner Brook, prunes one of the large poplar trees lining Mount Bernard Avenue Tuesday.
We took thousands of photos in 2018.
With each story, there were images that gave readers a visual glance at what was happening or who was the focus of the piece.
We took close-ups, action shots, portraits and wide angles, all in an effort to give 2018 a focal point.
We wish they could all be at the top of the list, but we'd need a bigger paper for that.
Here are the Western Star's top photos of 2018.